From so-called doorbusters to early bird specials and discounts with up to 75% off select items, Jamaicans have the opportunity to cash in on some key deals while leaving money in their pockets this Black Friday weekend. there is.
The range of heavily discounted products includes the usual items in clothing and electronics.
loop news We’ve talked to several companies about their Black Friday specials, including Dunn’s Electrical, Ammar’s Department Store, Fontana Pharmacy, and Courts Ready Cash, and we’ve shared below.
Ann Chan, CEO of Fontana Pharmacy, said:
Anne Chang, managing director of Fontana Pharmacy, said pharmacy chains will have stock for Christmas from the end of October, a deliberate step taken by management to avoid delays due to supply chain issues. shared. “We also wanted to eliminate delays at the port of Kingston.
Heading into Black Friday, Chan said, “Fontana is offering 25% off beds, baths, curtains, comforters and related items. The same 25% off applies to kitchenware and toys.” The managing director said he also gets a 25% discount on decorative items such as vases, picture frames and cushions.
At the same time, Fontana is offering 20% off Christmas decorations such as trees, ornaments and wreaths.
“We will also be selling some select items in-store and online on Friday,” Chan shared, noting that deals will also be offered on Monday, November 28, but online only.
“We’re already very busy, so it’s going to get even crazier. It’s only one day, so expect a lot of traffic,” Chan said, looking forward to Friday.
Dunn’s Electrical – Shaddae Dunn:
For those wanting to pick up merch from Dunn’s Electrical on Red Hills Road in St Andrew, the ‘Door Buster Special’ is worth considering. Held on Fridays from 6am to 8am, plus he offers a 5% discount.
Shaddae Dunn of Dunn’s Electrical said:
“We’re best known for our appliances, but we’ve also become known for home decor, furniture, home accessories, plumbing, and more,” explains Dunn.
She also said 50% off home décor and light fixtures, 20% off fans, 10% off light bulbs, and “whatever else.”
Ammar’s Department Store Managing Director Michael Ammar Jr.
“We are looking forward to the big Black Friday because we think it is now part of the shopping culture in Jamaica. When contacted by Jr. loop news.
“As usual, we’re going big on it. First of all, we’re having a storewide sale, and every item is on sale,” he stressed.
Ammar Jr explained that the Black Friday sale is a little different than other sales, “This is a store full of brand new items that just hit Christmas.” He said the usual end-of-season sales are leftovers, but for Black Friday: Every product, every department, every store.”
Ammar’s has reduced base markdowns from 15% to as high as 75% on select items. 25% off bedding, 20% off curtains and rugs, and big savings on home goods.
Save an additional 10% when you shop with our Early Bird Special on Fridays and Saturdays from 8am to 10am.
“So if you buy something during Early Bird at 25% off, you get 25 off plus 10% off. Those are big savings,” says Ammar Jr.
“Thank God 2022 has been a really good year, we’re back to normal,” he told Loop News after a setback due to COVID.
Amar Jr., who has never laid off staff during the pandemic, said his full team is in place and will do everything in their power to ensure shoppers have a memorable Christmas.
Courts Ready Cash, Brand Manager Suzanne Campbell:
Black Friday is coming with a twist for those doing business with Coats Lady Cash, the microfinance arm of Coats Jamaica Limited, a furniture and electronics store.
Courts Ready Cash brand manager Suzanne Campbell said: loop news A $10,000 court gift certificate will be awarded to the first 3 people who make a loan of $80,000 or more at each of our 47 locations.
“We thought this was an important and very attractive offer and we were thinking of doing it as we celebrate our 10th anniversary in Jamaica as a brand,” said Campbell.
To celebrate its anniversary, Courts Ready Cash will also offer Jamaicans the opportunity to win cash prizes at locations that run roadshows in progress. Patrons have the chance to win up to $20,000 when they take out a loan, as well as the chance to get cash at an ATM.
Additionally, Courts Ready Cash is running a prize promotion, with 10 players each winning $500,000 by the start of the new year.
“We are so excited about this that we encourage people to consider Courts Ready Cash when they need to fix their home or buy something they want,” said Campbell. increase.